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Full text of "Handbook Of Chemical Engineering - I"

POWER GENERATION AND TRANSMISSION
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Fittings.These are made both standard and extra heavy, and flanged fittings should follow standard flange drilling with holes straddling centers. Bell and spigot fittings ("specials") are available in weights to suit those of the pipe. Galvanized and brass fittings are generally with screwed ends. Malleable fittings are rarely used.
GENERAL DIMENSIONS OF STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS-American Standard
-STRAIGHT SIDE
(All dimensions in inches.   Letters refer to sketches in Fig. 26) For sizes from 32 in. to 100 in., dimension G = size of pipe () and A-A = also, in lower half of table, d and t = diameter and thickness of flanges, and minimum metal thickness of body.
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(From MARKS' Mechanical Engineers' Handbook}